copperweld

copperweld

[′käp·ər‚weld]
(metallurgy)
Copper-covered steel, used as a conductor for high-voltage transmission spans where tensile strength is more important than high conductance.
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He worked in shipping and receiving for Copperweld and was a member of the Lincoln United Methodist Church.
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1977) (stating in dicta the necessity of a selected forum to be reasonable and noting, specifically, that Nationalist China was unreasonable as an alternative forum); Copperweld Steel Co.
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The plaintiff, relying on the Supreme Court decision in Copperweld v.
Copperweld v Independence TubeCorp 104 S Ct 2731 (1984).
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Furthermore, investor-operators are allowed to engage in collusion under the decision of Copperweld v.
The district court looked to the Supreme Court's rejection of the concept of intraenterprise conspiracy in Copperweld Corp.